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Internationalizing your Java programs is quick and easy. Learn how to tailor your programs for the world market with the standard Java libraries.  

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In my servlet, if I build in this sql inside , SELECT * FROM table WHERE location='Chinese word here...
Thu 04/17/03
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I am unable display Japanese Characters By the following code. Locale france = new Locale("fr", "F...
Tue 08/27/02
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Tue 08/27/02
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How to set defaultCharSet in Tomcat4
Tue 08/27/02
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How can I get current keyboard layout and all keys associated with this layout??? I need to create...
Mon 07/14/03
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Hi, I need to be able to obtain a list of years, months and days for a given year range. The proble...
Mon 02/02/04
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when i tried to get the output displaying the actual unicode equivalents,i got the question marks(...
Sun 12/29/02
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Tue 12/24/02
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hi, In Struts form bean validate method if my validation fails how can i focus the cursor to that pe...
Mon 04/26/04
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Can I18N read properties from xml file? How? any example? Thanks! jpc
Mon 11/11/02
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Is ASCII considered a subset of Unicode, or are they disjoint sets?
Sun 01/07/01
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How can i display japanese characters in an image generated on Solaris, JDK1.1 using PJAToolKit, ACM...
Tue 02/20/01
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